Saturday 10th March 5:15pm
Venue: The Sanctuary, Lancaster Library, 18 – 20 Market Street, Lancaster LA1 1HY
Tickets: £11/£9 or SPECIAL OFFER INDEPENDENTS COMBO £24/£20 for three events
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In Person: Lancaster and Morecambe Visitor Information Centres
By Phone: 01524 598500/ 01524 582808
When award-winning journalist Marcus Murray’s latest story involves a corrupt alliance between a UK bank, the arms trade and the government, it seems he has triumphed again in his quest for the truth. But he is accused of fabrication and nothing in his life makes sense any more, including the disappearance twenty years ago of his best friend, Melanie. Why did she vanish, and who is the body recently discovered in a Kent orchard? A timeless story of how love and enduring friendship shape who we are, the novel exposes the fault lines in our own reality and who and what we believe to be true, including ourselves…
Heidi James is a writer and academic. She was born in the Medway Towns, Kent; moving to London when she was 17. She has a PhD in English Literature (despite not having A’ Levels nor an undergraduate degree) and lectures in English Literature and Creative Writing. Bluemoose Books published her second novel Wounding in 2014. Heidi was a finalist in the Cinnamon Poetry Collection Prize and her novella The Mesmerist’s Daughter won the Saboteur Award. Her essays, poetry and short stories have appeared in various publications and anthologies including Dazed and Confused, Next Level, Flux, Brand, Mslexia, Another Magazine, Undercurrent, 3:AM London, New York, Paris, Dreams That Money Can Buy, Neon, Pulp.net etc. Her latest novel So The Doves was a Sunday Times Crime Book of The Month.